[T]he right to homeschool is part of a broader consensus about freedom of association, limited government, and individual rights – in this case, the rights of parents. For many citizens, a state that has the power to compel parents to submit their children to one specific kind of education is too intrusive. The normative, “correct” socialisation of children that is seen as one of the benefits of school attendance among many Hong Kong parents is precisely what homeschooling parents seek to avoid.
UK parents continue to struggle to balance work and homeschooling under new lockdown.
There are nearly 4,000 fewer students enrolled in Rhode Island public schools this year.